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by Jinich Kusaka
  1958
Hardcover
300 pages
photos, map

Cover Price: 300Y
Language: Japanese

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Admiral Jinichi Kusaka
Nothing new on the Rabaul Front

Table of Contents:
1. Foreword
2. With one's heart and soul
3. Cooperation between the Navy and the Army
4. Volcano researchers and their laboratory
5. Fleet Admiral Yamamoto
6. The song of the Southern Fleet
7. Increadible warriors
8. Adrift
9. Weather survey
10. The civilian administration
11. Life in the caves
12. Rapair work
13. Scarcity of food
14. Daily life
15. Making weapons
16. Problems with education and training
17. Medical Problems
18. Rare visitors didn't show up
19.The hard times of the supply subs
20. Rat and ant supplies (the Japanese called the scant supplies and the subs and barges who bruoght the stuff in ant(ari) and nezumi(rat) supplies)
21. Rabaul Naval Kokutai
22. The end of the war

Table of contents translation by Alfred Weinzierl

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